Hi, welcome to my website! I am a doctoral candidate in economics at Rice University. My research fields are empirical industrial organization and applied microeconometrics. I am looking for the job opportunity in industry and will be available for interviews for the 2022-2023 job market. Feel free to contact me!
PhD in Economics, 2023 (Expected)
MA in Statistics, 2023 (Expected)
MSc in Economics, 2017
University of Wisconsin-Madison
BSc in Statistics, 2015
Bundle options and limited consideration extend the standard demand model for differentiated products. I use data on household shopping and store sales to estimate the complementarity in bundles and the degree of limited consideration in yogurt purchases.
We examine the direct and indirect impacts of natural disasters on deposit rates of bank branches during the 2008 – 2017 period. We find spatial spillover effects contribute substantially to the total impact for deposit rate-setting branches.
Consumers often do not account for unplanned purchases in their store choice when planning grocery trips. I show set identification in a discrete model for store choice with partially observed stores' attributes, and construct the confidence region for consumers' preferences.
“Robust Policy Evaluation with High-dimensional Contextual Effect Using Double Machine Learning”, with Qinyou Hu